Brest 2-1 Troyes: Two penalties and an own-goal in exciting Brest victory
On Sunday, Troyes suffered an away defeat to Brest at the Stade Francis-Le Blé. Brest were looking to get back to winning ways after losing 1-0 to Nice in their previous fixture. Troyes were struggling for form following a draw in their last match. Brest and Troyes currently occupy 16th and 13th spots in the table, with 13 points and 14 points respectively after 15 matches.
After a goalless first half, The Pirates certainly were out of the blocks quickly in the second half, when Romain Del Castillo gave them the lead, 55 minutes in. However, they were unable to maintain their lead, Brendan Chardonnet managing to equalize on the 60 minute mark 1-1. In the end though, Brest took the victory via a Steve Mounie goal, at 77 minutes. The final result, Brest 2, Troyes 1.
Substitutions for Brest included Steve Mounie, Christophe Herelle, Haris Belkebla, Jeremy Le Douaron and Karamoko Dembele for Mathias Pereira Lage, Noah Fadiga, Mahdi Camara, Islam Slimani and Romain Del Castillo, respectively. Troyes brought on Wilson Odobert, Tristan Dingome and Ike Ugbo for Renaud Ripart, Yasser Larouci and Rony Lopes.
The referee booked Christophe Herelle, Brendan Chardonnet and Marco Bizot from Brest. Troyes had the worst of it though, with Romenique Kouame and Rony Lopes seeing yellow, and Mama Balde then sent off with a red.
|Brest:||Marco Bizot, Noah Fadiga (Christophe Herelle, min.68), Brendan Chardonnet, Lilian Brassier, Jean-Kevin Duverne, Mathias Pereira Lage (Steve Mounie, min.68), Pierre Lees-Melou, Mahdi Camara (Haris Belkebla, min.80), Islam Slimani (Jeremy Le Douaron, min.84), Romain Del Castillo (Karamoko Dembele, min.85) and Franck Honorat|
|Troyes:||Mateusz Lis, Yoann Salmier, Abdu Conte, Erik Palmer-Brown, Andreas Bruus, Xavier Chavalerin, Romenique Kouame, Yasser Larouci (Tristan Dingome, min.79), Renaud Ripart (Wilson Odobert, min.65), Mama Balde and Rony Lopes (Ike Ugbo, min.85)|
|Stadium:||the Stade Francis-Le Blé|
|Goals:||Romain Del Castillo (1-0, min. 55), Brendan Chardonnet (1-1, min. 60) and Steve Mounie (2-1, min. 77)|